Twitter recently announced that it will be adding multi-factor authentication to its arsenal of security controls to better protect users. The risk of getting hit by malicious attacks and the media fall out once they occur have dramatically changed how organizations think about security. Whether it be anti-phishing, brand protection, or advanced persistent threat solutions, CIOs are in an arms race to protect their brands from malicious attacks. This trend is also dramatically impacting identity and access management (IAM) as CIOs shift investment to protect customer-facing, mission-critical applications, leading to new IAM requirements and use cases.
If you’re interested in learning more about how IAM requirements are changing to meet these new world requirements, then we encourage you to register for our upcoming webinar with Forrester’s Eve Maler — Navigate the Future of Identity and Access Management: Portable Identity Makes IT a Business Enabler. Eve will discuss how to apply the right approach in unlocking customer access to valuable corporate resources, and how to develop a well-tuned, well-protected engine for monetization. Hope to see you there!
Hope to see you there!